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Synonyms for dosser

someone who sleeps in any convenient place

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Nearest the pins: Paul Dosser (hole 12), Debbie Lane (hole 16).
DOSSER Dunlop said: "I bought the replica of the statue 18 years ago with the intention of taking a piece of Glasgow to California.
30 Ripon Adopt a Glasgow accent: it's pronounced rank bad-yin (bad one), villain in cult 1950s cartoon Lobey Dosser, by artist Bud Neill.
Suite 100, to Brian Vincent and Kirk Dosser in 2007.
ARE you a culchie, a dosser, a brasser, or a bowsie?
All of us at Digi-Key are very honored to receive this award," said Paul Dosser, Digi-Key vice president of business development.
Kirkburton B 7 Holmfirth B 2 Men - (Kirkburton names first): Zainal Muhammad & Matt Ford beat Mike Wilson & Lance Dosser 21-15, 21-14; Muhammad & Mick Pearson lost to Mike Wilson & Andrew D White 13-21, 21-16, 19-21; Ford & Pearson lost to Dosser & White 21-11, 12-21, 19-21.
TOGETHER AGAIN: Mick and Yvonne, and how we told their story after Mick got caught up in the Japan tsunami Pictures by IAN COOPER REUNITED: Mick Naisbitt, above with from left, Dylan Looker, two, Nicola Naisbitt, Louisha Cole, six, Emma Naisbitt, Oakley Dosser, two, his wife Yvonne and Jack Looker, five
I had walked down the tenement stairs to find Mrs McDougall, a large, stout woman, waving a frying pan at our favourite lobby dosser.
Dosser travelled down to London to check out his performance in the drama school's end-of-year show and, despite leaving in the interval, offered him the part.
Brain Vincent and Kirk Dosser wanted their purchase of Pacific Appraisal Associates to be a seamless transition, both publicly and internally.
He said: "My brother never got the credit he deserved during his life - he was just treated as an eccentric dosser.
We're fitting a visor on him because he can be a bit of a dosser.
During the toughest time in his life he hit the bottle and ended up a dosser on the streets of London.